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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Sunday Morning's Programs 4/13/14

SUNDAY, April 13, 2014

INSIDE POLITICS – Sunday 8:30AM – 9:00AM

Topics: Obamacare and Sebelius’ exit; Jeb’s Immigration Stance and His Impact on the GOP Field; Will the Equal Pay Push Help Democrats in November; Hillary: the Shoe, the Book, and “Thinking” About Running
Guest:  Maggie Haberman, CNN political analyst; senior political reporter, POLITICO
Guest:  Amy Walter, national editor, Cook Political Report
Guest:  Jonathan Martin, senior political reporter, The New York Times
Guest:  Manu Raju, senior congressional reporter, POLITICO

Anchor: John King


Topic:   Reporter Roundtable on MH370
Guest:  Michael Holmes, CNN International anchor and correspondent
Guest:  Joe Johns, CNN senior Washington correspondent
Guest:  Pauline Chiou, CNN International anchor and correspondent

Topics: MH370: The Search for the Black Box Continues as the Clock Runs Out
Guest:  Jeff Densmore, director of engineering, Dukane Seacom
Guest:  Ken Christensen, aviation consultant; president, Integrated Aviation Solutions

Topics: Obamacare; Midterm Elections; Kissy Congressman Vance McAllister; Obama & Race
Guest:  Rep. Steve Israel (D-NY), chairman, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
Guest:  Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR), chairman, the National Republican Congressional Committee

Topic:   Political Panel: Sebelius’ Resignation
Guest:  Cornell Belcher, CNN political commentator; democratic pollster
Guest:  Ron Brownstein, CNN senior political analyst; editorial director, National Journal
Guest:  Liz Mair, former online communication strategist; former RNC online communications director

*** 12:00 PM SHOW ***

Topic:   MH370: Salvage and Investigation
Guest:  Steven Wallace, CNN aviation analyst; former FAA investigator
Guest:  Arnold Carr, sonar technology expert

Topic:   MH370: The Search Continues
Guest:  Stephen Trimble, aviation journalist, Flight Global
Guest:  Miles O’Brien, CNN aviation analyst

Anchor: Candy Crowley

FAREED ZAKARIA GPS – LIVE Sunday 10:00AM – 11:00AM and 1:00PM – 2:00PM on CNN/U.S. and 3:00PM – 4:00PM on CNN International

Topic:   What Is Next in Ukraine
Guest:  Nick Paton Walsh, senior international correspondent, CNN International

Topic:   Ukraine & Russia- What Is Likely to Happen Next
Guest:  Zbigniew Brzezinski, PhD, former National Security Advisor (Carter Administration); counselor and trustee, Center for Strategic & International Studies

Topic:   Middle East Peace- Can Jerusalem Be Divided?
Guest:  Mayor Nir Barkat, mayor of Jerusalem

Topic:   The Renowned Chef Discusses Russia, Mexico, and India
Guest:  Anthony Bourdain, host, CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown

Topic:   Assessing the Recent Report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change—Is It Too Late to Act?
Guest:  Thomas Friedman, columnist, The New York Times; author of Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need A Green Revolution and How It Can Renew America (2008)

Anchor: Fareed Zakaria


Topic:   Stephen Colbert Gets the Nod as the Next Host of CBS’ “Late Show”
Guest:  Dick Cavett, talk show host

Topic:   Stephen Colbert Gets the Nod as the Next Host of CBS’ “Late Show”
Guest:  Michelle Fields, conservative commentator; journalist
Guest:  Keli Goff, columnist, The Root/Daily Beast

Topic:   Comcast and Time Warner Cable Faced the Senate Judiciary Committee This Week to Answer Questions About Their Proposed Merger Which Would Create One of the Largest Cable Companies in the World
Guest:  Sen. Al Franken (D-MI), Senate Judiciary Committee

Topic:   How Should Television Networks Respond When Television Personalities Partake in Political Activities?
Guest:  Frank Sesno, director, G.W. University School of Media & Public Affairs

Topic:   The Search for Flight 370: Chinese Media are Covering the Same Investigation Covered by the Rest of the World’s Media, But From a Very Different Perspective
Guest:  Jim Spellman, correspondent, CCTV

Anchor:  Brian Stelter

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Social Security Administration's effort to collect old debts from children of deceased parents a decade ago is totally out of order and against the statute of limitations and should cease.
We are not responsible for debts incurred by our parents and or anyone else and if the Administration was so negligent a decade ago, than they should absorb those debts that they themselves overlooked.
Some people have no other means of income after they retire and no one should be forced to show that they are needy.
Millions of Americans made legitmate contributions to this agency for retirement from working at one job for many years, and they should not have to declare themselves or anyone else in their family, a "hardship case."
Why should the bottom half of the economic ladder be held accountable, while the top 1% of those earning a substancial six figure income trading securities illegally, go undetected or be allowed to fly under the financial radar?
The Obama Administration needs to admonish the Social Security Administration for trying to force illegal retribution from the needy and they need to do it NOW.